I have a quick question about the dynamic range of the 5D3 which from what I have been reading is behind the D800. I have never owned a nikon and currently own two 5D3s. I understand what dynamic range is and how it is important for retaining details in the highlights and shadows of an image. I guess I would like to know from one who has seen the differences in the two cameras is what am I missing out on? How does a really high DR (better than the 5D3) help unless I am mostly shooting in high contrast lighting situations or am trying to push or pull and image by more than a couple of stops. I have always been really happy with the DR of my 5D2 and now my 5D3 and being a wedding photographer I shoot in about every lighting condition possible. I always shoot JPEG with highlight tone priority enabled and do my best to get the exposure and WB spot on. I also shoot in Faithful picture mode with the contrast turned down one notch. I end up with pretty flat images out of the camera with plenty of details in the highlights and shadows. Unless I really mis the exposure I have never been unhappy with the DR. I almost always end up adding contrast to the picture because there is too much DR and the image looks too flat. I probably won't own a Nikon so I am just curious from those who have seen the difference hands on how big of a difference is it and in what situations will it really be beneficial. It seems like low ISO high DR performance has become more important than high ISO low noise performance. I am not trying to start another debate over the two cameras I just want to know how much better it is and how much of a difference it would really make.